Hi everyone...I just graduated pre-med/bio from UCLA last June and in terms of med schools, I have a dilemma. I need your honest advice on what you'd do if you were me. Dilemma (2 choices): 1.Go to Med school this september in England. Although it is the St.Christopher's college of med program which is sort of set up like the Carribean med school programs (I've done some research on it and it's a pretty decent program although it is still OFFshore) or... 2. Apply this June for Med school in the U.S. for the first time (for entering Sep. 2003) while in the meantime, working on attaining my public health degree at UCLA PH school (which I already got accepted for.) Stats: GPA cum 3.4 lower division science GPA 3.1 upper division science GPA 3.65 MCAT (7v, 9p, 11b, s) I have the usual med student research/internship experience and could write a great personal statement. What do you guys think. You've been through the process, you know how admissions/stats for U.S. med schools work cause you've all been through it. Should I try to apply to the U.S. while going to public health school? Do you think I'd have a chance to get into ANY US med school or would I merely be wasting my time/money/energy even attempting to apply. All honest opinions would be GREATLY appreciated. thanks Guys!